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steals thousands of dollars worth of electronics..sot: this is supposed to be your safe place. your home is supposed to be your safe place.. schendelle (shin dell boho lah no) bohulano says the burglar broke into their sister's house on cotta way sunday morning. surveillance images from around 8 am captured the man stealing a phone. he also made off with mac books, headphones and an ipad..nats sot: this is where he took the mac desk top..and this is where he pulled the cord nats..but bohulano says it's this part of the surveillance video that terrified the family..sot: it was scary i was like in tears once i saw that video... the burglar is seen quickly sneaking into the baby's room while the 1 year old is peacefully resting..his 4 year old sister and mom were also fast asleep at the time.. bohulano says she feared for her nephew and niece..sot: i was very angry i was just like i was really honestly upset about that that's why i was like the moment i got here i went and hugged my niece and nephew im so glad that they're safe. in the video the burglar is seen in front of the home wearing a red hoodie. but it appears he came in through the back window after destroying the screen. bohulano says the man targeted the home after her sister's husband left to go for a morning run.when he
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returned he noticed the surveillance cameras had been tampered with and things were missing.. video from a neighbor shows the burglar stuffing the electronics in the trunk of this silver hatchback. and then driving off. vallejo police are handling this investigation. the burglar apparently left behind some gloves which could be used to identify the suspect through dna testing. reporting in vallejo dan thorn kron4 news. (vicki) three freeway shootings in three days-- all in the east bay... none of the shootings appear to be
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related... but police say they were targeted...were targeted... and as kron4's michelle kingston explains -- the bay area has seen nine deadly freeway shootings in less than three and a half years. (mk)michelle kingston, mkingstonnews185 freeway shootings since november 1, 2015 -- and nine of them have been fatal ...including the death of destinee hillery on saturday.the 25 year old's family says she was a beautiful girl and that she will be missed.the antioch woman was found shot to death in her car on eastbound highway 4 near the willow pass road off ramp.california highway patrol investigators believe this shooting was gang related -- but would not say why they believe this to be the case.on monday -- cal trans worked to replace the guard rail her car plowed into after being shot, according to investigators.officer john fransen, chp golden gate"we just ask that people remain vigilent."chp says just hours after destinee was shot in her car ...a 24 year old woman was shot in the leg on highway 580 near airway boulevard on sunday -- in what may have been sparked by road rage. officer john fransen, chp
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golden gate"in certain cases, where these incidences caused by road rage, we just ask people to slow down, drive safe and remain vigilent."and it doesn't stop there -- on monday morning, on 80 west -- just east of mcdonald avenue -- another driver discovered a bull hole in their car ... investigators say all three shootings were targeted ... but not related. no arrests have been made ... but chp hopes the shot spotter technology and cameras on highway 4 and on 80 will help them in their investigation. "they are operational and its just a great resource and tool that we can use to try to find out where shots were possibly fired, to locate them, which can help us pinpoint our investigation."in the east bay michelle kingston kron 4 news (grant) the investigation into saturday's freeway shooting that took the life of a 25 year antioch woman... may end up benefitting from a network of cameras that have
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been installed along highway four and interstate 80. several years... and the system is expected to be fully operational in june... but already there are cameras up along highway four and i-80... and footage from those is being checked to see if it can help investigators develop leads in the recent freeway shootings cases. it's called the freeway security network system... and it includes cameras.....shot spotter technology and liscense plate readers.< brandon corriea, chp: "our cameras that originally on the freeway are usually just ribs are in traffic what's congested what's not, these cameras that of been installed on the corner of 80 and highway four are specifically designed to pinpoint gunshots that'll give us a more accurate location of where this occurred.">(grant) mary knox... the senior mary knox... (grant) mary knox... the senior deputy district attorney for contra conta county tells tells kron4... she is continuing to apply for state and federal grants in order to get more equiptment installed...and continue increasing coverage on the
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roadways. (vicki) in the last two weeks - more than 27-hundred tons of debris have been collected in the lower russian river area. clean up efforts are still very much underway following those devastating floods.. as more rain is expected to fall later this week, kron 4's noelle bellow checked in on flood recovery efforts. it's alot of work.. it's a lot of work. mud caked to the ground of the river theater in downtown guernville has owner jerry knightscrubbing everyday it's been the worst in a lot of years.. there's a lot of people that had it harderthan me though. without flood insurance, jerry is tasked with clean up all on his own.. from pinesol to vacuuming to bleach. in an effort to help things along -- sonoma county officials did extend their clean up aid to businesses owners like jerry for the remainder of the week. there were fish swimming in here -- you can still see the waterline mark on the window of the dance floor. i was gonna go swimming on that dance floor except i thought all this is stuff that was in the river its septic tanks its sewage dischargestandup: it's not just the homes and business that are in need of clean up -- conservationists
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say it goes much further than that and the impact the floods had on the russian river need to be a focus. the russian river leads directly to the pacific ocean.. and at this time after the floodthe russian river is not settled and as you can tell it's aqua clear on the austin creek side.. and as it reaches the russian river it's pure toxic levels. iris graduanov has lived in cazaderos her whole life. she says she's never seen the river look like this for so long. there was countless gallons of oil, diesel and household hazard products taht were swept away the department of toxic substance control has been testing the river -- preliminary resultsshowing some troubling numbersthe level of toxins are very high and we have more tests that should be released. iris says local groups can only do so much -- and she's hoping the federal government will step in and help, soonat this piont i dont think enough is being done becasue it is giong to the mouth of the river.. and .. no one's theresome 300 volunteers are expected to come out saturday to help wtih river, beach and creek clean up and organizers are hoping more folks will come to lend a hand. at russian river ,noelle bellow kron 4 news
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(grant) it was a warm, sunny beautiful day across the bay... and hopefully you soaked up as much sun as you could... because changes are coming...(vicki) joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... with what we can expect for the work week... lawrence karnow: it was a gorgeous day with mostly sunny skies early but then the fog returned. the doppler is showing no rain around the state. low clouds and fog will move into the bay and local
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valleys. on the satellite you can see the next storm headed our way. tomorrow we will see patchy fog give way to increasing clouds late. rain will move in tomorrow night and continue on wednesday. another storm will arrive late on friday with showers lingering into saturday. (vicki) in world (vicki)
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(vicki) in world news tonight... at least 50 people were killed and at least 50 others wounded at two mosques in new zealand this past friday.(grant)2 shot today people all over the world are remembering the victims.
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kron 4's j.r. stone is following this story and joins us in the studio this evening. j.r. the victims were remembered tonight here in the bay area as well. (j.r.)yes we may be about 7- thousand miles from christchurch, new zealand but this shooting has had an impact on so many people. many of whom live here in the bay area.dozens of people showed up tonight at the multifaith sanctuary at santa clara university. it was a time to commemorate and remember the victims of the tragic mosque shootings in new zealand. at least 50 people were killed in those shootings and at least 50 injured. many people spoke this evening. brenton terrant is the man accused of opening fire on everyone during what is called "friday prayers" that were happening at those mosques. today speakers in the south bay called this a heinous and premeditated act. it's honestly incredibly scary because friday's prayers happen every week......is really just a horrible thought. (j.r.)the australian prime minister is set to meet with first responders and victim's families on wednesday in christchurch, new zealand. she says gun reforms are coming. the suspect in this
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case is said to be a white nationalist who has fired his lawyer and plans to his lawyer and who has fired nationalist be a white case is said to suspect in this coming. the reforms are she says gun new zealand. christchurch, wednesday in families on and victim's responders with first is set to meet prime minister the australian (j.r.)horrible thought.really just a every week......is prayers happen every week......is really just a horrible thought.(j.r.)the australian prime minister is set to meet with first responders and victim's families on wednesday in christchurch, new zealand. she says gun reforms are coming. the suspect in this case is said to be a white nationalist who has fired his lawyer and plans to represent himself. grant, vicki now back to you. (grant) just days after the new zealand massacre -- police in the netherlands arrested their own suspect . investigators say 37-year-old gokmen tanis... shot and killed at least three people and wounded nine others inside a tram. police have arrested the man suspected of opening fire, and are investigating a possible terrorist motive for the deaths. (vicki) a new report says the f-a-a is now being investigated over the
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embattled boeing seven-37 max planes. the wall street journal reports the transportation department's inspector general has opened a probe into the f-a-a's approval of the plane. the probe will reportedly focus on an automatic safety system implicated in last october's crash of a boeing seven-37 max jet near indonesia. it's not known if last week's fatal crash of a similar plane in ethiopia will play a part in this probe. in the meantime, all boeing seven-37 max planes boeing seven-37 max planes were grounded last week. (vicki) in national news tonight... president trump's approval rate edged up -- even as he melted down in an extraordinary twitter rant. (grant) today.... just 14 tweets or re-tweets today from the presdent... yesterday... he fired off 29 of them.. reporter jim acosta digs into the president's most recent tweetstorm. it started over the weekend... when the president made a rare trip to church... and lasted until his monday morning "executive time..." an unholy tweetstorm... airing an
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avalanche of mr. trump's grievances.the president lashed out at the press... after the mosque massacre in new zealand... tweeting..."the fake news media is working overtime to blame me for the horrible attack in new zealand... so ridiculous!"but it was the new zealand killer... who called attention to the president's rhetoric... describing mr. trump... in a manifesto... as a symbol of white identity.the president is back on his heels after downplaying white nationalism. trump: "i don't. i really. i think it's a small group of people that have very very serious problems. i guess, if you look at what happened in new zealand perhaps that's a case of -- i don't know enough about it yet. they're just learning about the person and the people involved, but it's certainly a terrible thing."in response to the barrage of tweets... the husband of white house counselor kellyanne conway... prominent d-c attorney george conway suggested the president suffers from some kind of personality disorder... adding..."his condition is getting worse..." a view not shared by his wife.conway: "no, i don't share those concerns. and i was - i have four kids and i was getting them out of the house this morning to talk to the president about substance, so
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i may not be up to speed on all of them."the president also attacked his old nemesis john mccain... accusing the late senator.... who died august... of peddling a dossier of mr. trump's alleged misdeeds before the 2016 election... tweeting..."so it was indeed... john mccain that sent the fake dossier to the f-b-i and media hoping to have it printed before the election... he & the dems, working together, failed (as usual)."mccain's daughter fired back at the president. meghan mccain: "i just thought your life is spent on your weekends not with your family, not with your friends, but obsessing - obsessing - over great men you could never live up to. that tells you everything you need to know about his pathetic life right now."in a sign of republican reluctance to criticize mr. trump... mccain's old friend... senator lindsey graham... only offered a muted response to the president tweeting..."nothing about (mccain's) service will ever be changed or diminished..." the president's poll numbers have ticked up in recent weeks in part because of the healthy economy, with 71 percent saying the nation is in good fiscal shape, which may explain why the president feels emboldened to call on fox news to bring back judge jeanine pirro.." one of the network's hosts... who was suspended.. after making bigoted comments about muslims... in a rant about congresswoman ilhan omar.judge jeanine: "think about it: omar wears a hijab. is her adherence to this islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to sharia law, which in itself is antithetical to the united states constitution?"the president defended pirro on the same weekend as people in new zealand were reeling from a terror attack aimed at muslims. white house acting chief of staff mick mulvaney insisted mr. trump is not a racist.mick mulvaney: "the president is
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not a white supremacist. i'm not sure how many times we have to say that."as the president attended church... he was exposed to a message of tolerance at the service... as the reverend called on americans to reject hatred. rev. w. bruce mcpherson. st. john's episcopal church: "we're called whenever we overhear or oversee hateful slurs against other people, perhaps we need the holy courage to call them out, because that's just not us." just not us."
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(grant) the president will soon find himself in the company of brazilian president who will visit the white house tomorrow... and has been described as the "trump of the tropics." (vicki) happening now out of sacramento... hundreds of protesters came together marching for justice for stephon clark... it's been one year since the deadly shooting of the unarmed father of two... protesters say the march began at a meadowview light rail station which is just blocks away from where clark's grandmother lives and where the shooting happened... black lives matter says the march concluded at meadowview park on 24th street. (vicki) reverend al sharpton and well known civil rights attorney ben crump were in sacramento answering questions at the capitol before heading to a church ceremony honoring clark's memory.(grant) as joe khalil reports... the two
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touched on everything from stephon's legacy.. to criticizing the district attorney. the stephon clark legacy weekend continued monday- on the one year anniversary of his death. (nats) with activist star power. civil rights attorney ben crump. and the reverend al sharpton. al sharpton national action network"what the da has done is day police have the right based on their imagination to use deadly force."sharpton and crump held a press conference on the steps of the capitol monday morning- alongside clarks family. both critical of district attorney anne marie schubert-for what they say were biases-and injustice. ben crump civil rights attorney "i've never seen a district attorney try so desperately to justify and unjustifiable police shooting."sharpton"that is a threat to all the young people in this city. when you make a legal precedent that all a policeman has to do is say i thought and he becomes be judge and the jury and the executioner."both offered support for new legislation in california that would change police use of force policies. and both railed against the d-a for releasing stephon's text messages suggesting he was suicidal before officers shot him. sharpton"it's outrageous, how do you take a victim's cell phone and act like any of his prior texts or conversations is cause for him dead when you've established he was unarmed. if you want to look at somebody's cell phone look at the policemen." (nats-church music) following
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the press conference the clark family held a ceremony in stephon's honor at genesis church-near their home. the family's message throughout the day- defining stephon's legacy beyond just the unarmed man shot in his grandmothers backyard. stevante clark stephon's brother"stephon's legacy will help bridge the gap between individuals in at risk communities and law enforcement."sequita thompson stephon's grandmother"let's march peacefully because they want us to act ugly. let's stand tall and proud." (vicki) (vicki)
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clark's family continues to make a push for bill a-b 392-- which would change police use of force policies.(grant) and they are trying to have all police shootings go before a grand jury. (grant) in the wake of a now viral in the wake of a now viral video from t-m- z... calls are mounting for giants c-e-o larry baer to be disciplined. kron-4's dan kerman tells us how several groups and now even the mayor of san francisco are weighing in. this very public physical altercation between giants president larry baer and his wife has lead to an increased call that he be punished for his actions.monday san francisco mayor london breed issued a statement saying "major league baseball needs to send a message that any and
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all acts of violence against women is unacceptable....while mr. baer has apologized and expressed remorse for his behavior, it does not excuse his actions and it does not erase what transpired. the mayor's statement follows a letter written to major league baseball on friday by a bay area coalition advocating an end to violence against women. sot andrea shorter/do what's right mlb coalition :38this is about leadership culture and certainly about accountability in the letter titled do what's right mlb, the coalition calls on the commissioner to a 1. publicly reprimand baer, issue a 2. significant suspension , a 3. substantial financial penalty , and 4. requirement him to complete treatment for domestic violence sot kathy black/la casa de las madres 1:01those 4 things will send a message out to the community here and nationwide that says ending an argument ina physical act of aggression is not okmajor league baseball is currently investigating the incident and didn't respond to our request for comment. as for the giants they issued a statement saying "we we value the sentiments and perspectives expressed.... we take this matter very seriously and we appreciate their concerns. because it is currently under review, we have no further comment at this time."as for baer he remains on indefinite leave from the giants organization. standup dan kerman/sf 139the san francisco district attoreys office is also conducting a review of the incident at this time they dont have an update on that review. in sf dan kerman kron
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4news (vicki) the grand opening of the new chase center is now less than six months away. and we now know who'd be playing at the first concert when the venue opens in september. the first ever concert at chase center will be metallica and the san francisco symphony on september sixth... you might think that metallica and the symphony are an odd pairing but back in 1999 they teamed up to make an award winning album. several members from metallica were at a press conference ealier today to say they are excited about being part of the grand opening(vicki) this is just the first of
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several announcements that will be held this week. there will also be several shows leading up to when the golden state warriors start pre-season games at the chase center. (grant)topvo the search for a still missing five- year-old girl continues after she was swept away in the stanislaus river... tonight we hear the heart wrenching cry from her father who desperately wants his little girl back in his arms... (vicki) plus... the number of measles cases continues to grow across the nation... where the number stands tonight... (grant)topvo up next... apple unveils its new ipad air and ipad mini... what both products now come with... (lawrence) weather tease
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tonight... a toyota executive is warning possible new tariffs by the u-s could threaten its planned 750- million-dollar investment in the u-s.(grant) the head of toyota north america, making the comments at the economic club of washington, d- c... the japanese carmaker announcing it plans to add nearly 600 new jobs at plants in alabama, tennessee, and west virginia. the investment woits 10 plants in t but toyota's executive is warning the tariffs president trump has threatened to impose on foreign vehicles-- would make it hard for toyota to follow through on the investment. (vicki) apple has some new i-pads that will soon hit the
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market. the new i-pad mini has a seven-point-nine inch screen and will come with an apple pencil and a processor that's three times faster than previous models. the i-pad air has a bigger display, 10-and-a-half inches to be exact. it also comes with the pencil and a faster processor, and will replace the 10-and-a-half inch i-pad pro in apple's online store. the new tablets are the first refresh for these i-pad versions in years. and, surprisingly, they were introduced in a press release, not at one of apple's popular live events. (vicki) ahead at nine it was a beloved critter that died over the weekend in the east bay... how oakland residents are honoring what is believed to be the city's last albino raccoon. (grant) plus... officers are calling it a dangerous commute in the south bay. why one particular highway is seeing an increase in crashes. (vicki) and up next... a popular bay area principal remains on life support after being shot... and police say
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by his own wife... tonight we hear from students and teachers who knew him best...
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♪ ♪ with the chase mobile app, jason wu could pay practically anyone, at any bank, all while putting on a runway show for new york fashion week. ♪ ♪ he could. or, he could make it even easier - and set up recurring payments to his neighbor. for cat sitting. (meow) whoa. you've groomed her, too. (cell phone vibrating) and now she's ready for the catwalk. life, lived jason's way. chase. make more of what's yours. (vicki) a popular bay area principal remains on life support after being shot... allegedly by his own wife, who is now behind bars.(grant) at school today...teachers and students today...teachers and students were both shocked to learn what happened. kron 4's haaziq madyun has the story nats/reading get well letter get well letters,
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thoughts and prayers are going out to principal paul shatswell from his students and teachers here at pittsburg adult education center. pittsburg police investigators say shatswell was critical wounded when he was allegedly shot by his wife during a domestic violence incident at their home over the weekend nats/looking at photoit has been a solemn day for teachers and students sotsotnats/reading get well letter"this one says dear paul you are our hearts. please get better. may god give you relief and bring you home safely">45-year-old paul shatswell is a pittsburg native and a father of eight. his wife, 39-year-old maria vides was arrested and booked in county jail for attempted murder...in pittsburg haaziq madyun krom4news
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(vicki)(vicki) the butte county sheriff's office is looking for a suspicious person seen wandering an elementary school with what appears to be a rifle. school staff at berry creek elementary contacted police. they showed them surveillance video from sunday. on it --- you can see someone armed with what looks like a small caliber rifle or pellet gun. the person spent about 15 minutes at the school. and appeared to be surveillng it. deputies responded to the school...but the person was not found. (grant) the town of hillsborough is suing the owner of the quirky flintstone house. town officials
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say the woman who owns it... violated local codes when she put dinosaur sculptures in the backyard and made other landscaping changes. officials have declared it a public nuicanse. the complaint was filed this week against florenge fang. she is a media mogul who purchased the house in 20-17. in october-- a code enforcement panel discovered the violations-- and officials say fang refused to remove the features. her grandson says she is going to fight to save the flinstone house. (grant) happening now... police are warning parents about virtual kidnapping scams. the waring comes after officers in laguna beach say two victims received calls... claiming their daughters had been abducted-- and would be harmed... unless money was wired to a mexican bank account. the calls happened within a 24-hour period. police say the calls were hoaxes-- and there were no abductions. one of the victims paid five-thousand dollars before learning his daughter was safe. (vicki) social media users
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in the bay area are paying their final respects to what is believed to be an albino raccoon. an oakland resident posted this photo of a raccoon that appears to be dead... in the adams point neighborhood near lake merritt... with an orange, and flowers laid over its body, and at its side. he says he believes the animal's passing was within the last week. there are debates online as to how the animal died, and also as to whether it was oakland's last albino raccoon. (vicki) highway 17 has been living up to its reputation for far this year, reputation for far this year, and then some. as kron four's rob fladeboe reports -- bad weather, excessive speed and distracted driving are mostly to blame for a dramatic spike in crashes. looking back on the wet, wintry months of january and february there were no fewer than 228 crashes on highway 17 between los gatos and scotts valley. that's the most in a decade and triple the rate on
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other state roads wth similar traffic patterns according to the group "safe on 17." several people were injured and three people died, which is often the number of fatalities in an entire year. bad weather and slick pavement may be to blame for many of the crashes but too often, accidents are caused when drivers are simply going too fast for conditions says the chp's julieta trenado.juileta trenado/chp "...upon further investigation most o these accidents are due to people speeding and following too closely so we do encourage people to reduce speed especially on the downhill grades..."most of the crashes are occurring on the downhill curves within a mile of the summit in either direction. the chp has stepped enforcement in recent years and caltrans has added extra signs, new turn lanes, wider shoulders skid resistant pavement and other safety measures. another problem is distracted drivingaccording to some of the 63,000 people who drive highway 17 on any given day.
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rob fladeboe/los gatos (vicki) a desperate search for a missing five-year-old girl continues in stanisalus county. (grant) the young girl's family says she was with her father when she was slipped and fell into the stanislaus river sunday
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afternoon. reporter kay recede spoke to matilda ortiz's family who are keeping an eye on the river... hoping for any sign of little matilda. (nats)"please bring my baby back. please bring her back."a heart wrenching cry from a father who desperately wants his little girl back in his arms(roberto ortiz, father)"i just want to ask anybody that's a parent that could imagine what i'm going through just to please help. please help me find my child."matilda ortiz's family says the 5- year-old was out with her father in knights ferry sunday her loved ones say the little girl is severely autistic loves the outdoors and just wanted to dip her toes in the water(letty ortiz, aunt)"right before that happened he had gave her a kiss and told her, 'i love you, matilda,' and she slipped."her family says several people tried to save her - but the current was too fast the river too deep (marissa vasquez, mother)"been here since yesterday since they stopped looking for her, we haven't left, and we can't leave until we find her."the stanislaus county sheriff's office sent a helicopter and drones in the air and at least two boats in the water to find herdeputies are asking for people to stay out of the river.(lt. anthony bejaran, spokesman, stanislaus county sheriff's department)"it's dangerous, the water is running fast, the river level's are high and there's debris in the water. we don't
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want to create another situation where there's an emergency and we have to divert."while family and friend little ti(marissa)"she's my strength, she's my pride and my joy and i just need her in my arms." (grant) (grant) recovery efforts stopped at six this evening and will begin again around 7:30 tomorrow morning...(vicki) the sheriff's department is reiterating to many people in the area to stay out of the river because it is way too dangerous at this point. (lawrence bay area weather) (grant) plus... we continue to celebrate women's history month... we will take a closer look at the historic number of women now serving in congress. (sports tease)warriors looking for their third straight win tonight against one of the
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nba's hottest teams...we'll san antonio tonight, next. tonight marked game three of a
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four-game road swing for the golden state warriors...but unlike games one and two of the trip, this one didn't have the result the dubs wanted. the warriors ran into a red-hot spurs team who had won 8 straight games... 10
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straight at home... coming into tonight... andrew bogut... back in a warriors uniform he started and played pretty well... 7 points and 7 rebounds in 19 minutes... inclding three dunks end of the frst quarter... steph curry... from three-quarters-court... beats the buzzer!... that was a 61- footer... score tied 25-25 after one 2nd quarter... the spurs take over... lamarcus aldridge... hits the face-up jumper... he had 23 points and 13 rebounds... spurs up 11 at the half 4th quarter... klay thompson... hits his 3rd stright three to get the warriors within 5... but klay and steph wrre only 14-of-43 from the field tonight less than 3 minutes left... demar derozan... with the reverse going baseline... 106- 99 spurs next spurs possession... davis bertans... the man with the 2nd best 3- point-percentage in the nba... nails the triple... 109-102 spurs after a steph 3 got it down to 4... derozan... "mister mid-range"... makes the tough turnaround jumper
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over klay... 111-105 spurs... derozan had 26 points, 9 rebounds, 8 assists steve kerr and his mentor... gregg popovich... with the postgame pleasantries final score... 111-105 spurs... the denver nuggets won in boston... so now it's a dead heat for the number-1 seed in the west with 13 games left steve kerr wasn't very pleased with the way his team played. "sometimes they don't go in, but that wasn;t really the story of the game. i just feel like we got outplayed. that's the hottest team in the league, and obviously really well coached. their executing and i though they out-executed us, out- coached us. they deserve to win." next up for the warriors a trip to minnesota for a game tomorrow night...next up on kron4 it's more news, after the break. alright, i brought in
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celebration of women's history... we honor the hsitoric number of women who are now serving in congress. (grant) kron4's washington d.c. correspondent alexandra limon introduces us to the lawmakers who say there is still a long road ahead for equality. nearly 100 years after women won the right to vote...american voters elected the most women ever to both houses of congress.25 are serving in the u.s. senate. and 102 women now serve in the house of representatives.rep. veronica escobar / tx-dit's incredible this has been a journey i never imaged i would be onnewly elected congresswoma n veronica escobar represents the 16th district in texasrep. veronica escobar / tx-dand i feel grateful to the community for allowing me the opportunity and the privilege. rep. jackie speier / ca-d25 of the women have never run for
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office before. it's a stunning number.veteran california congress woman jackie speier has been a leader on capitol hill of the me too movement against sexual harassment and discrimination...she welcomes all the new faces rep. jakcie speier / ca-dwill it change things? oh, without a doubt. she also welcomes their new ideas rep. jakcie speier they want to shake up the system, and i think that's a good thing.speier says who better to fight for women's issues than women?rep. jakcie speier we need the fairness in paycheck act passed, we need the equal rights amendment passed, we need the pink tax repeal passed.speier says women are still discriminated in many ways. like how companies price things.rep. jakcie speier this teddy bear identical to this teddy bear is cheaper. ((butt with razors))ones 13.59 for 5 and one's 11.99 for five.we asked nevada's newsenator jacky rosen if she thinks rosen / nv-di don't so, i think for me i felt that i was judged on my character.rosen defeated republican senator dean heller in the 2018 midterms - making nevada one of only six states with two female united states senators. sen. jacky rosen / nv-di think now, with this election, those girls in junior high and high school are going to look at united states congress and the senate, and say there's a woman like me out there, i can
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do that.but ... there's still never been a woman in the oval office.rep. sepeirwhat do you think it's going to take to change that?that's a very good question. i thought it was going to happen in 2016 and it didnt... it could be that the first woman president might be a republican.republican senator cindy hyde smith - became the first eleceted female member of congress from mississippi sen. cindy hyde- smith, ms-r "i am very honored to be the one that can step up as a female to let all the other females as well know that missississippi has its place in history." alexandra washington correspondentbut the repubican party is struggling to attract female candidates. something senate majority leader mitch says is a problem.congresswoman cheri bustos of illinois - who's also the chair of the democratic congressional campaign committee - says democrats like her have been working for years, to attract women to run for office rep. cheri bustos / il-di have a program that i created back home, where we recruit women to run for office at any level.... so we have a bench of great candidates we can choose from.the women serving in the 116th congress say diversity will lead to better policies and new ideas.and they encourage more women to get involved.sen. rosen don't wait to be asked. if you're passionate, you feel that service is in your blood, whether it's in elected office or community service or whatever you do for your profession just step up.in washington alexandra limon. (grant) now to our four zone
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forecast... as we take this live look outside at the embarcadero... joining us now is chief meteorologist lawrence karnow... lawrence karnow: it was a gorgeous day with mostly sunny skies early but then the fog returned. the doppler is showing no rain around the state. low clouds and fog will move into the bay and local valleys. on the satellite you can see the next storm headed our way. tomorrow we will see patchy fog give way to increasing clouds late. rain will move in tomorrow night and continue on wednesday. another storm will arrive late on friday with showers
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lingering into saturday. (vicki) four your health tonight... the number of measles cases in the united states in the united saturday.lingering into with showers lingering into saturday. (vicki) four your health
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tonight... the number of measles cases in the united states continues to grow. (grant) the c-d-c confirms at least 268 cases of measles since the first of the year. that's 40 more than what was reported last week. fifteen u-s states are reporting measles cases. that includes washington state, which has been dealing with an outbreak since january. cases have also been reported in california-- and right here in the bay area. in all of 20-18, the c-d-c reported 372 cases of reported 372 18, the c-d-c in all of 20-18, the c-d-c reported 372 cases of measles in the u-s -- which was the second-highest number of cases in more than 20 years. (vicki) and there are new guidelines when it comes to taking aspirin. it is no longer recommended older adults take daily low-dose aspirin to prevent strokes or heart attacks. the american college of cardiology and the american heart association announced the new guidelines yesterday. it says doctors may consider
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aspirin for certain older high-risk patients-- including those having trouble lowering their cholesterol or managing blood sugar. that's as long as there is no increased risk for internal bleeding. (vicki) up next... you still may be able to take that perfect super bloom selfie-- what you need to know if you're headed to the hills filled with poppies in southern california....
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(grant) a warning for people looking for the perfect superbloom selfie--officials
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say accessing the hills filled with poppies in southern california may not be easy. (vicki) it was back open today after overwhelming crowds forced authorities to shut down walker canyon in the city of lake elsinore over the weekend... ábutá the city warns parking is extremely limited. city offcials were forced to shut down shuttle service and stop visitors... the trail's poppy fields are experiencing an especially colorful floral bloom this year after an unusually wet winter. the city says the site has drawn thousands of visitors from around the world. (grant) billionaire investor warren buffett is once again holding a march madness men's college basketball bracket contest... and this time he wants to give somebody one million dollars a year for the rest of their life... but there is a catch. the rules are simple, anyone who can pick the last 16 teams in the tournament will win a million dollars a year for life. but to
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play, you have to be an employee at berkshire hathaway. about 100-thousand berkshire employees completed brackets in previous years. last year, not a single worker won the contest. in fact, none of them got past the first round... (grant) that wraps up kron 4 news at nine...(vicki) but our primetime coverage continues at the top of the hour. ken wayne is here with kron 4 news at ten... (ken) thank you grant and vicki.... next at ten... three bay area freeway shootings in just three days and one turns deadly. who's behind the roadway violence and what's being done to stop it. plus... a terrifying moment for one family... after they say a burglar broke into their home and lurked into the baby's room.(ken) and -- we're tracking another rain storm taking aim at the bay area... (ken) don't go away...hour three of kron 4 news in primetime starts right after the break.
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even if no one in your home smokes, secondhand smoke can be closer than you think. secondhand smoke from a neighbor's apartment can enter your home through air vents, through light fixtures and even through cracks in the walls and the floors. secondhand smoke is toxic. especially to children. protect your family. visit tobaccofreeca.com. (ken)(ken) now at 10 --
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three freeway shootings in three days-- all in the east bay... none of the shootings appear to be related... but police say they were targeted... good evening and thank you for joining us tonight... i'm grant lodes. (grant) and i'm grant lodes... in for pam moore. as kron4's michelle kingston explains -- the bay area has seen nine deadly freeway
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shootings in less than three and a half years. (mk)michelle kingston, mkingstonnews185 freeway shootings since november 1, 2015 -- and nine of them have been fatal ...including the death of destinee hillery on saturday.the 25 year old's family says she was a beautiful girl and that she will be missed.the antioch woman was found shot to death in her car on eastbound highway 4 near the willow pass road off ramp.california highway patrol investigators believe this shooting was gang related -- but would not say why they believe this to be the case.on monday -- cal trans worked to replace the guard rail her car plowed into after being shot, according to investigators.officer john fransen, chp golden gate"we just ask that people remain vigilent."chp says just hours after destinee was shot in her car ...a 24 year old woman was shot in the leg on highway 580 near airway boulevard on sunday -- in what may have been sparked by road rage. officer john fransen, chp golden gate"in certain cases, where these incidences caused by road rage, we just ask people to slow down, drive safe and remain vigilent."and it doesn't stop there -- on monday morning, on 80 west -- just east of mcdonald avenue -- another driver discovered a bull hole in their car ... investigators say all three shootings were targeted ... but not related. no arrests have been made ... but chp hopes the shot spotter

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